Don’t forget that tomorrow is the beginning of the Cyber Monday and Tuesday sale on Tpt!
I created a new Math Problem Solving Pack for November (better late than never??) and December:
The children count the turkeys or gingerbread man and write a number to show how many.
The children cut out the 5 turkeys at the bottom and glue them in two places to show their understanding of the math sentence at the top of the page.
The children color the squares in a variety of combinations (3-10) to make the total number. They then write the math sentence on the lines.
Here, the children count the turkeys or gingerbread men and write the number.
This is a simpler version of creating combinations–this time the children do not need to write the math sentence. I will have my students complete this page before completing the page above.
The children practice writing the numbers from 1-10, 11-20, and 1-20.
The children use the included gingerbread ruler (they cut it off the bottom of the page) and use it to measure the pictures at the top of the page. The lines are included to show two examples so the children know where to begin measuring.
The children circle the group that has more or less.
Here, the children use words to describe the shapes.
After describing the shapes, these pages help the children to tell how these shapes are alike and different.
You can click on any of the pictures to get your own November/December Problem Solving Pack–it’s on sale Monday and Tuesday only for 28% off!